APPLIED RESEARCH IN MICROWAVE AND QUANTUM ELECTRONICS.
Interim scientific rept. no. 3, 5 Feb-5 June 63,
MICHIGAN UNIV ANN ARBOR ELECTRON PHYSICS LAB
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This report summarizes research on the general program of applied research in microwave and quantum electronics. All the investigations carried out are directed toward extending the state of the art in microwave and quantum elec tronics. The research is theoretical as well as experimental in nature. The theoretical work is largely devoted to an investigation of low-noise phenomena and beam-plasma interactions. The ex perimental work is concerned with electromagnetic generation, particularly in the short wavelength regions. This includes several plasma devices, masers, and a Cerenkov radiation device. In ad dition, crossed-field electron guns and high thermal-conductivity dielectric materials for high-average-power microwave tubes are studied from a theoretical as well as experimental point of view. Author